Northeast Airlines Convair 240-13    N91237                (c/n   140)


                                            The Convairliner was ideal for NEA's stage lengths.   The original fleet of six (of which N91237
                                            above was the first), delivered in 1949 were augmented, five years later, by four ex-Pan-American
                                            aircraft.   They served the airline well and were only replaced in the late 1950s by the Vickers
                                            Viscounts.  This aircraft went on to serve with Mohawk Airlines in 1963, and Alaska Airlines into
                                            the 1970s.